Haiti – News : Zapping…
Police operation in “Nan Zonbi” 7 dead
Following the operation of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in Cap-Haitien, more precisely in the locality “Nan Zonbi” at Cambefort https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-34086-icihaiti-cap-haitien-important-police-operation-in-nan-zonbi.html, the divisional inspector Arold Jean specified the human toll of this operation which resulted in 7 killed on the side of the bandits, 1 injured police officer and 2 arrests. Several bandits managed to escape and are actively sought.
Nothing will block the elections and the referendum
“The Government is determined, violence will not interrupt the democratic process or block the elections and the referendum. Elections are not optional but mandatory. Everything will be done to put out of harm’s way those who influence violence,” said Mathias Pierre, Minister Delegate in charge of Electoral Matters.
43 Haitian boat people intercepted off Providenciales
Police in the Turks and Caicos Islands on Friday intercepted a 40-foot vessel carrying 43 illegal Haitian migrants, including a child, off the island of Providenciales.
The Organization of American States (OAS) announces that the official presentation of the report of its good offices mission concerning the crisis in Haiti will be unveiled on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 by videoconference. According to the little information that has leaked, the OAS would recommend in particular the appointment of a new Prime Minister and a ministerial cabinet in mid-July, new members to the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) and urgent measures to re-establish a climate of security… See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33948-haiti-politic-moise-seeks-the-support-of-the-oas-for-the-security-of-the-elections.html
Hospitals : wastewater treatment
The American Agency for International Development (USAID-Haiti) is proud to support UNICEF Haiti in the construction of wastewater treatment plants for St-Luc hospitals and Hopital Albert Schweitzer Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33791-haiti-health-two-hospitals-in-haiti-with-a-wastewater-treatment-plant.html. The station at St Luc’s Hospital treats up to 20,000 gallons of sewage per day, which is well over the 5,000 gallons per day that the hospital was previously capable of handling. Rehabilitating these stations eliminates the cumbersome operational logistics and transportation costs associated with delivering excess wastewater to remote treatment facilities and promotes a healthier hospital environment for patients and the community at large.